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Sharing the printer a Netware Print-Queue

When using "File and Print Sharing for Netware Networks", then a print-job is send from one Windows95 system DIRECTLY to another Windows95 system, bypassing the Netware server.
However, Windows95 offers a solution to define the Windows95 printer as a "Novell-Netware-Print-Queue" under the condition, that there is somewhere on the network a DOS-Printer-Server (as specified in the
Windows95 Resource Kit):


The "Microsoft Print Agent for Netware Networks" is included on the CD-ROM version of Windows95 in "\ADMIN\NETTOOLS\PRTAGENT":


If you have only the floppy disk version of Windows95, you can download it from
http://www.microsoft.com/windows95/info/admintools.htm:
Downloadable file :
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/download/prtagt.exe (29 KByte)

Your "Network" configuration can, but is not required anymore to include the "File and Print Sharing for Netware Networks":

Now, configure the printer by calling up the properties of the printer:

Define the "Printer server " to be used.
For more details, please see the "
Resource Kit".


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